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 Friday, Dec 2 
Hypochondriacs more likely to have health problems, study says (CNN)
People who are overly worried about their health are also more likely to actually develop some serious health problems, according to a large new study.

 Thursday, Dec 1 
EMS agencies must learn from worsening UK ambulance crisis (EMS1)
Cost-effective and high-quality EMS systems are possible if we first move on from the tradition-laden constraints of EMS dogma.

 Wednesday, Nov 30 
Advancing from EMT to paramedic (EMS1)
Learn more skills and open up new career opportunities by becoming a paramedic.

 Wednesday, Nov 30 
Narcan price freeze negotiated in Ohio (EMS World)
Adapt Pharma has agreed to freeze the price paid by police, government agencies and community-based groups in Ohio for its narcan nasal spray.

 Tuesday, Nov 29 
How to become a flight paramedic (EMS1)
What does it take to become a flight paramedic, an advanced career in EMS?

 Tuesday, Nov 29 
Court of Appeals rules Lexington shorted police, fire pension fund by millions (Lexington Herald Leader)
A three-judge panel of the Kentucky Court of Appeals ruled last week that Lexington may have to pay millions more into its police and fire pension fund.

 Monday, Nov 28 
Ky.'s retirement systems continue downward slide (Louisville Courier Journal)
Kentucky's troubled pension systems continued their downward slide in 2016, with plans covering teachers and state employees losing more than $1.8 billion in value while obligations are increasing.

 Monday, Nov 28 
What you need to know about transition from EMS to nursing (EMS1)
For EMTs and paramedics interested in nursing education and work, here are four things to know about bridge and degree programs.

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